Whenever the hermit state of North Korea decides to put its own spin on global pop culture, the world takes notice, as it's not unlike witnessing familiar arts and entertainment performed by Kryptonian warlords trapped in that Phantom Zone.
"You can't hear us, but we're totally performing the score to Oklahoma! right now."
Yes, the North Korean take is inevitably a few ticks more sinister -- look no further than Kim Jong Un's unexplainable entourage of unlicensed Disney characters, the ghost town theme park outside of Pyongyang and Kim Jong Il's 1985 giant-cow-monster movie Pulgasari, the production of which required the dictator/kaiju auteur to first kidnap a South Korean film director and his wife.
Special effects like these were apparently worth irrevocably ruining a life or two.
The latest example of North Korea's "Anything you can do, I can do stranger" aesthetic is Pyongyang Racer, a browser game developed by North Korean programmers for the software firm Nosotek. As of press time, it appeared that the Internet masses totally crashed Pyongyang Racer's website, but we at Cracked had the opportunity to play the game before it became a casualty of its own popularity.
Spoiler alert: The highlight of the game is getting barked at by insecure traffic cops.